Tottenham Hotspur issued an update on Harry Kane’s hamstring injury today on their website, stating that they expect the player to be out until April when he could return to training.
This comes after the England captain sustained a torn hamstring against Southampton on New Years Day, which forced him off after the 75th minute.
With Kane now set to undergo surgery on the ruptured tendon, he is set to miss fixtures in January, February, March, and likely April too.
So, let’s take a look at the games Harry Kane will likely miss:
January 11 – Home to Liverpool – Premier League
January 14 – Home to Middlesbrough – FA Cup
January 18 – Away to Watford – Premier League
January 22 – Home to Norwich – Premier League
February 02 – Home to Man City – Premier League
February 16 – Away to Aston Villa – Premier League
February 19 – Home to RB Leipzig – Champions League
February 22 – Away to Chelsea – Premier League
March 01 – Home to Wolves – Premier League
March 07 – Away to Burnley – Premier League
March 10 – Away to RB Leipzig – Champions League
March 14 – Home to Man United – Premier League
March 21 – Home to West Ham – Premier League
April 04 – Away to Sheffield United – Premier League
Kane would also likely miss fixtures if Spurs progress in the FA Cup and Champions League.
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